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Enterprise mobility is a trend which enable employees to work outside the organization with the help of mobile devices and cloud services to perform business operations. With the vast use of smart phones and tablets the workforce began to move towards mobility. Enterprise mobility is the summation of portability, availability, sharing, in built camera. Enterprise mobility helps to connect the entire organisation quickly. This seamless integration of organization is done by enterprise mobility software.

Corporate Owned, Personally Enabled (COPE) Program Gaining Prominence

White Paper By: Beroe Inc

The COPE (Corporate owned, personally enabled) model offers businesses a new way of acknowledging and embracing consumerisation by giving some control back to IT without depriving users of devices that make them more productive. COPE is a business model in which an organization provides its employees with mobile computing devices and allows the employees to use them as if they...

TABLETS FOR THE ENTERPRISE: Bridging to an Evolved Service Experience and Improved Bottom Line

White Paper By: Kore Telematics

With a managed tablet solution in place, enterprises empower professionals to move more freely and ultimately produce better outcomes. The opportunity for tablets to change the game for service workers, and improve the bottom line of the companies that employ them, covers any industry where processing power, data security, and remote worker management are paramount. In this whitepaper on...

Mobility Management and Cost Reduction with MaaS (Mobility-as-a-Service)

White Paper By: Intratem

In Mobility Management, Mobility-as-a-Service means total control over devices and user patterns while reducing costs by adopting standards and procedures for effectively managing your wireless service and expenses. Mobility-as-a-Service goes beyond software tools to help you organize your workforce. Mobility management along with Mobility-as-a-Service simplifies mobility rollouts...

CIO's Guide: Enterprise Mobile Deployment Strategy for 2016

White Paper By: Innovapptive

With mobility re-defining our lives like never before, it is evident that organizations are analyzing, evaluating and adopting key enterprise mobile deployment strategies to gain a competitive edge in the market, without disrupting their existing technological landscapes. Some of the key challenges that are grabbing the CIOs' attention in the wake of the mobile application demand are:...

6 Things That Will Accelerate Enterprise Mobility Security Adoption

White Paper By: SyncDog

IoT is here, fueling the fire for cyber risk via mobile sources. By 2020, there will be more than 1,000,000,000 M2M (yes, a billion plus!) connections, each device module capable of accessing your network by a malicious hacker. Are you or will you be prepared? Despite growing security risks, budget constraints and a perceived lack of internal concern have led to a slow adoption of formal...

Enterprise App Adoption: Get the Maximum Value from Your Enterprise Mobile Apps Investment

White Paper By: Apperian

The connection between mobile app adoption and Return on Mobile Investment (RoMI) is intuitive – what good does it do to build the most useful and compelling mobile apps if they’re not consistently used? RoMI can be defined as the ratio of the quantifiable benefit enabled by mobility divided by the dollar value of the mobile investment itself. Download this insightful...

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